Hollybrooke is a fine building, of national importance, which was designed by William V. Morrison in 1835. The primary works involved sensitively relocating the kitchen into one of the fine reception rooms of the house, which had a central bay window overlooking a lawn. An existing opening between the new kitchen an another reception room was significantly enlarged and detailed so as to be in keeping with the architectural language of the existing. In addition to redecoration, a new Portland stone floor and limed oak floors were fitted throughout the ground floor. Status: Completed Winter 2008. This project featured in a number of international publications to view the article visit our Publications here.